The angry hospitality worker slammed one particular customer who told her they had Celiac Disease – but still ate wheat.
"…neither our chicken parm or alfredo sauce is gluten free.
"When I let her know that what she had ordered was not gluten free, she responded with, 'well I'm just gonna cheat tonight'."
The server blasted: "If you're going to just eat a meal full of gluten then don't tell me about your gluten 'allergy' because all you're doing is stressing me out for no reason.
"It's people like this that cause servers to take allergies less seriously which is bad for people who truly cannot have gluten or anything else for that matter."
User Ramstetter replied: "Lately myself and many coworkers have resorted to asking, 'Is it an allergy, or an intolerance?'
"If it's an allergy, refuse to serve them anything with gluten. Legally you're in the right, and management should back you up if they actually give a s**t.
"Navigating that interaction with the guest might not be the easiest thing in the world, but as long as you actually care, you'll figure it out.
"Allergies are deadly serious and need to be respected from both sides."
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